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I asked Gary about it after your previous post, and as far as I can tell, his problem revolved around his inability to type and walk at the same time (his complaint was actually that ‘he kept falling off’). Basically, if he was doing a call or reading a webpage, he was fine, but if he needed to type, he would stop walking (and working in IT means there’s a lot of back-and-forth between typing and non-typing activities, so turning the treadmill on-and-off would be a pain/require extra thought). I don’t know if you have any advice on how to solve that dilemma…
Hmm. I would suggest walking at the slowest speed. My slowest setting is 0.4 and that’s barely more than standing still. Also, I have found that intensive mouse work is hard to do while walking. If I’m pointing, clicking and dragging a lot, I stand on the side braces. Maybe he also needs to brace his forearms while typing?
Also, these treadmills are way too heavy to move them back-and-forth just because you want to sit down.
Ah. Mine is much lighter and has wheels 😀
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